Archives August 2013

Using The Rotor On Your iOS Device

The Rotor on iOS gives us the ability to perform specific functions in different areas. You can use the Rotor to edit text, maneuver through a website, or find edit fields just to name a few. To access the Rotor you simply use a twisting motion with two fingers (whichever two fingers work for you), as though you were twisting a Volume knob or tightening or loosening a screw with your fingers.

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Delivering Access Podcast – Episode 6 with Michael Hansen of Apple Vis

This weeks hero is sure to empower you! The Fedora Outlier’s Delivering Access Podcast was created to highlight individuals, groups and communities in the ever growing blindness population who are changing life’s and making a difference in the world through their works, passion and their belief in change.

This weeks guest is Michael Hansen

Listen as our guest walks us through their life of how they became blind, they’re early years and the tools they used along their journey.

Tools and technology:
iPhone
2013 Macbook Air

Contact Info:
twitter: @MH3129
website: www.applevis.com

If you or someone you know has a story that needs to be told or if you want to highlight an organization, cause or your passion. Feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to review your request and get you on an upcoming episode of the Delivering Access Podcast.


Containers On The iPad

Are you the type of person that likes your possessions organized? Do you keep all types of containers around to store your belongings so they are not spread haphazardly throughout one room, or maybe even the whole house? Well, the iPad has containers, just like you do, to keep things organized and make it easier to find what you are looking for.

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Safe Computing On Windows And Macs

In this time of the always connected lifestyle it is more important than ever that we all learn how to best protect our computers and even more importantly our personal information on the Internet. The subject of viruses
and malware on Windows computers and Macs can be a hot button topic, but that will not stop us from discussing it here on the Delivering Access blog. In the coming weeks my friend and teammate Damashe and I will be writing about this very subject. Our goal being to provide you our readers with the information to better protect yourself online. So sit back and get ready to learn about how to make sure that you are protected from the bad guys on the Internet.

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Delivering Access Podcast – Episode #5 with Mike Malarsie

This weeks hero is sure to empower you! The Fedora Outlier’s Delivering Access Podcast was created to highlight individuals, groups and communities in the ever growing blindness population who are changing life’s and making a difference in the world through their works, passion and their belief in change.

This weeks guest is Mike Malarsie

Listen as our guest walks us through their life of how they became blind, they’re early years and the tools they used along their journey.

Tools and technology:
iPhone, iPad mini, iMac.
Audio mixer, Heil PR 40 Mic

Contact Info:
Twitter: @mikemalarsie
HTB2 twitter: @howtobeblind
website: www.htb2.com
facebook.com/mmalarsie
personal website mmalarsie.com
blog mmalarsie.blogspot.com

If you or someone you know has a story that needs to be told or if you want to highlight an organization, cause or your passion. Feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to review your request and get you on an upcoming episode of the Delivering Access Podcast.